Draft:The Changed Movement
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The Changed Movement
The Changed Movement is a community of people who have left the LGBTQ+ community. The community was founded by Ken Williams and Elizabeth Woning. The community collects stories of formerly homosexual and transgender people from across the United States..
The movement was originally called OnceGay.com, but changed names and now has an expanding influence in the United States.
Support from Christian Commmunity
The Changed Movement has gained support from many promenant Christian Churches including Bethel Church (Redding, California) in Redding California. The Church's associate pastor, Kris Valloton, communicated the churches support publicly after backlash within the state of California